Monday, February 24, 2014

Welcome to the CKCB Member's Blog Hop.  You should have arrived here from Virginia's blog.  If not you can start at the CKCB blog to see all of the lovely projects.

This month the challenge was to create a project using one of the three challenges at the CKCB blog. 
The challenges this month were:
1. Challenge #1 Uguly Sweater Inspiration
2. Challenge #2 - Angled Backgrounds
3. Challenge #3 - 10 Minute Craft Dash.

My layout is based on challenge #2 - Angled Backgrounds.


I started with a piece of scrap cardstock (7"x7") and layered the pink colored papers onto it. After everything was trimmed down I matted it onto a dark brown cardstock, then started added my embellishments to it.


The next person on the hop is Lisa and you get there by clicking here.
I've add the full Blog Hop in case you are just joining us and would like to check out everyone's projects.


Thanks for stopping by.

Recipe:
Paper: Chatter Box - Rosy Powder Puffs (stripe paper); Added to Kit: DCWV - Black, white and brown cardstock, Photo Reel Stack 3 (rose paper); Provocraft - Slab III ( distressed checkerboard); Unknown heart and gingham paper
Stickers: Basic Grey - Element stickers "sugared"
Labels: Free print and cut from Happy-ness blog
Making Memories Spiral Journal Book
Love Never fails tape - unknown maker
Misc.: adhesive, glue, glitter, mini flowers and scissors.

11 comments:

Chidkid said...

Cool LO and such a pretty background. You did well with such a difficult technique.

Chrissy said...

What a vibrant page! I really like how you matted the angles. :o)

Lesley G said...

Love the way your photo pops of the page :)

Lisa said...

Nice! I especially love all the pink elements on either side of your central block! So very pretty and the photo looks great against all that pink

Maggie said...

Love the juxtaposition of the big wheel photo against the angled background, great take on the challenge.

Annie Claxton said...

I love all the different patterns in the same colours, they work so wel together and the dark brown sets them off perfectly :o)

Karen Poirier-Brode said...

Nice use of angles in your background. Mixing patterned papers is so fun!

Tina Campbell said...

Wow that layout is so pretty, sweet background for the ferriswheel too. Love all the embellishing too

Julene Matthews said...

This looks fabulous.
Using a circular wheel on the angled background makes it stand out.A very impressive layout!

S said...

Angles and tilts with a ferris wheel, how wonderful is that. Great idea and lovely execution.

Jimjams said...

Fab contrast between the wheel and the wonky angles - very appropriate for such a high wheel too. Lovely page.